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Are We Heading Towards A 1938 Style Recession?

Today’s economic environment has many parallels to the economic experiences of the 1930s according to Morgan Stanley’s global co-head of Economics and Chief Asia Economist Chetan Ahya. 

In a research note published on Sunday, Chetan Ahya writes that the global economy is currently facing three main challenges, debt, demographics, and disinflation, or the 3D challenge for short. 

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The economy faced the same 3D issues back in the late 1930s and . . .


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